Legislation & Legal Opinion Commission (LLOC) in cooperation with Bahrain's Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA), has launched Bahrain Legislations Mobile App, which aimed at facilitating access to several legal eServices.
The app was launched at a press conference held today (March 19) in the presence of the LLOC President Counselor Nawaf Abdullah Hamza and iGA Deputy Chief Executive of eTransformation, Dr. Zakariya Ahmed Al Khajah.
This launch reflects the continuous national efforts towards technological initiatives and reinforcing the culture of legal awareness among the society. The app is available on the eGovernment App Store bahrain.bh/apps.
Addressing the media, Hamza reaffirmed the Commission’s commitment to develop its eServices that promote and cultivate legal culture among all sectors in the society with the aim of consolidating the principles of the Constitution and the rule of law in Bahrain, which highlighting the civilizational shift in Bahraini legislation in the prosperous era of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and the follow-up of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister.
He pointed out that the application of Bahrain Legislations App is a legal eChannel that facilitates access to a list of legal eServices, such as searching and reviewing legislation and decisions issued within the Kingdom of Bahrain, treaties and agreements, legal principles issued by the Commission, and other services that are of interest to the concerned stakeholders.
He added that the application has been launched by the LLOC in cooperation with iGA, which provides convenient channel for the eServices provided by the Commission on its website.
The launch reflects the Commission’s keenness to reinforce legal services provided to the public and making them available through user-friendly Mobile App and facilitate users' access to them, to be a main reference for legal information needed by all concerned users beside the official website of the Commission.-TradeArabia News Service